RunKeeper for iPhone got an update to make goals set by users more manageable. Version 3.4 provides fitness enthusiasts with the long run view-point. In that sense, users can focus on frequency like working out three times a week; or they may want to track how long it will take to rack up 100 miles.
These kinds of big goals are now supported without a particular end date, along with the ability to delete them and start over whenever you please.
The idea is to have that goal in front of mind whenever you exercise, and see how you’re progressing towards that (big) goal.
In addition, RunKeeper 3.4 also provides users with new details about the workout, like notes, splits, elevation charts and photos, all in one convenient screen.